Solo and Small Firm Section
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Presentation Features Columnist Jolene Gutierrez Kruger
The Solo and Small Firm Section welcomes members to its monthly board meetings at 11:30 a.m. at the State Bar Center, followed by a speaker at noon. On April 15, Jolene Gutierrez Kruger, a columnist for the Albuquerque Journal, will present “Mary, Levi, and the Journalistic Responsibilities of a Reporter.” Krueger has investigated many law-related cases for her front-page column. R.S.V.P. to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 14 to guarantee a free lunch.
The general purpose of the Section is:
(a) To provide a forum for the discussion of problems of common interest to solo and small firm practitioners;
(b) To advance the quality of legal services provided by solo and small firm practitioners;
(c) To provide a forum for the creation, discussion, advancement, and implementation of ideas to accomplish the foregoing purposes;
(d) To sponsor CLE programs for solo and small firm practitioners; and
(e) To provide a professional support network for solo and small firm practitioners.
You may be enrolled as a member of the Solo and Small Firm Section if
a) you are a member in good standing of the State Bar of New Mexico, and
b) you submit a Section Application Form to the State Bar of New Mexico, and
c) your payment of the stated amount due is submitted with your application.
You may enroll at any time during the year; however, your membership will expire in December of that same year. Dues for membership in this Section are $15 per calendar year. Please contact 797-6035 if you have a question regarding payment of dues.
2009 Solo and Small Firm Directory (revised)